Marysville Music Weekend 2023
First artist announce - Early bird tickets on sale now
Victoria’s favourite boutique festival has brought the best of Americana, Blues, Folk and classic Aussie artists to the picturesque mountain town of Marysville since 2015 and the event is back November 24-26 this year.
Festival organisers are delighted to announce that Australian music queen Kate Ceberano and psych-folk storyteller William Crighton will be heading the line-up for the 2023 event, with many more to be announced for 3 nights and 2 days of something for everyone.
From winning the 1986 Countdown Award for Most Popular Female Artist, to receiving the Order of Australia Medal 30 years later, Kate Ceberano is one of the most highly regarded vocalists in Australian music history. She’s topped the charts across four decades, won multiple ARIAs, and blown the roof off at the biggest and best festivals. Kate brings her trio to Marysville to head the Friday night line-up for 2023.
Blending folk and roots with Psychedelic rock, ARIA award-winner William Crighton has made waves internationally with his dark, powerful songs and voice. From tales of murder and suicide, to love and euphoric conversations with ants, Crighton’s songs tell vivid stories across colourful themes and musical expressions.
Also announced for the event are Frank Sultana, who has recently returned from The USA as the winner of the Memphis Blues Challenge – a competition that saw him victorious against the best emerging blues talent in the world, and Cass Eager, who will be seeing Saturday night out in style with her retro soul and funky blues.
Limited early bird 3-day passes are $150 plus booking fee and are on sale now.
On Sale Info
What: Marysville Music Weekend
When: 24 - 26th of November 2023
Who: Kate Ceberano, William Crighton, Frank Sultana, Cass Eager and many more to be announced
How much: $150 + BF Early bird ticket available for a limited time
Children under 16 do not require a ticket.
The Marysville Music Weekend is presented by Lions Club of Marysville and District, supported by major accommodation sponsor Peppers Hotel Marysville, and in partnership with Murrindindi Shire Council, Foundation Murrindindi, and Community Bank – Upwey and Marysville; along with and media partners UGFM, PBS FM, and Beat Magazine.